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Which brings us to William Infantine, R-Manchester, who tore into Democrats, who he said were "starting with this negative attitude, that someone is trying to screw someone here.
Infantine also countered arguments that the increase would put millions in the hands of the workers.
Will Infantine, R-Manchester, chair of the House Labor Committee.
Ruskin concludes that 'a highly accomplished artist has always reduced himself as nearly as possible to this condition of infantine sight.
202: Half the air in a given space, 1998, whose Robert Barry-esque ineffability (compare that artist's designation as works, in 1969, of quantities of inert gases released into the atmosphere) is belied by the infantine delight of seeing it embodied by thousands of party balloons.
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14) Throughout the pages of what is generally regarded as the first sustained critical engagement with children's literature, Trimmer denounced works of fancy and fantasy, observing: 'Neither do the generality of tales of this kind supply any moral instruction to the infantine capacity'.
births, by the mortality in infantine life, by the large proportion
She writes, "The sweetbreads are gone, black kidneys / Infantine and nacred as mollusk-eggs.
Fate has separated me from another [friend], the fire of whose eyes, tempered by infantine tenderness, still warms my breast; even when gazing on these tremendous cliff, sublime emotions absorb my soul.
People buy that and hope they don't have to use it," said Fran Infantine, brand manager.